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Ch 4: Single-Subject Research Designs

About This Chapter

Special education teachers who are looking to improve their research skills can do so with this chapter on single-subject research design. These supplemental teaching resources can be accessed at any time that's convenient.

Single-Subject Research Designs - Chapter Summary

This chapter covers topics related to single-subject research design in special education research. These useful teaching resources are intended to help special education teachers strengthen their research skills and better understand how these types of research design can be used to interpret special education research.

These resources are accessible on any Internet-connected device, which enables you to use these resources wherever and whenever its convenient. The chapter comes with self-assessment quizzes to help you solidify your understanding of single-subject research designs.

How It Helps

  • Strengthens instructional skills: Knowledge of these research approaches can help you better understand special education research and adapt your instruction based on case studies.
  • Builds awareness: You'll become aware of the applications of this type of research design in the field of special education.
  • Improves research skills: You'll be able to evaluate several types of research designs, models and questions.

Skills Covered

By the end of the chapter, you should be able to:

  • Analyze case studies
  • Understand how single-subject research design is applied in the field of special education
  • Evaluate reversal models and multiple-baseline designs
  • Use alternating treatment design and changing criterion to answer research questions

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